As said in previous post, April was not so productive in terms of physical activities. But that gave ample time to invest in reading. I completed Python 3.5 course from Gale Courses through Omaha Public Library and read total 10 books.
Thus I have completed 62% of the goal (of 60 books) by reading 37 books so far. Below is the list of books I read in April along with my ratings.
|1||Pet Sematary||King, Stephen||Book||Horror||4/5|
|2||Everything Is Here to Help You: A Loving Guide to Your Soul’s Evolution||Kahn, Matt||Book||Spirituality||2/5|
|3||Big Mushy Happy Lump (Sarah’s Scribbles, #2)||Andersen, Sarah||Book||Graphic/Humor||3/5|
|Kindle||Dark/ Short story||3/5|
|5||Indian Horse||Wagamese, Richard||Book||Fiction||4/5|
|6||The Gift||Gaylin, Alison||Kindle||Suspense||2/5|
Herding Cats (Sarah’s Scribbles, #3)
|8||Pride: A Pride and Prejudice Remix||Zoboi, Ibi||Book||Fiction||3/5|
|9||Let Her Be||Unger, Lisa||Kindle||Dark/ Short story||3/5|
|10||How to Be a Conscious Eater: Making Food Choices That Are Good for You, Others, and the Planet||Egan, Sophie||Book||Health||5/5|
My top 3 pics :-
1. How to Be a Conscious Eater: Making Food Choices That Are Good for You, Others, and the Planet – Great book for health enthusiasts which talks almost about everything related to food whether its plant based, animal based, factory produced or restaurant made.
2. Pet Sematary – Story is about a family who settles near infamous Pet Semetary and then horrible things start unwrapping. Story is so interesting and engaging that you can’t get over with it. King at his best !
3. Indian Horse – A hidden gem that talks about the journey of a Native Indian who tries to get away from the harsh reality of life by embracing the game of Ice Hockey. Did he succeed ?
Have you read any of the above listed book ? Would you like to read any of them ? Leave your comments.
Happy Reading ! Keep Traveling !!!